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Old 13-03-11, 09:28
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I have a number of small items packed in paper bags, but I don't recognise the numbers, other than they may be GM. The labels are printed in the USA.

Here's one example: "Carburetor flange gasket, Lot No 309, Part No 562221. Qty 2.

"Intake to exhaust manifold gasket Part No 666352"
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Old 13-03-11, 21:24
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Keith,

Neither of those two numbers appear in the following CMP parts lists:

January 1941 - No. 175
August 1943 C60L - 02
May 1944 C15A - 03
June 1945 C8A - 04

Maybe they apply to the CCKW or 1 1/2 ton Chev.


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Old 13-03-11, 23:12
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Don't have my parts lists here, but 5xxxxxx and 6xxxxx series numbers make up most of the 1/2 ton WC parts lists...

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Old 14-03-11, 00:20
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The first gasket is contained in TM10-3930-409-24P which is for a tractor, wheeled warehouse.
The exh gasket would appear to be Chrysler, and appears to be on lots of equipment. I see it listed in TM-5-3431-204-20P, which is for a Hobart welder.

I found both of these on a google search
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Old 14-03-11, 00:37
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I found your part number and it is from a Dodge.
Hope this helps. Check the website. Go into group 3 , fuels- and scan down the page.


www.vintagepowerwagons.com

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Old 14-03-11, 00:40
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562221 is found in the half ton dodge parts list, 666352 is not listed in either the 1/2 or 3/4 ton WC Dodge parts lists. It may belong to the large engine.

My 2 cents worth.
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Old 14-03-11, 03:23
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Others have offered identities for the parts.
I offer more in the "it's not a...." Neither number appears in the Chevrolet Master Parts Catalog for six cylinder moderls 1929-1948, either matching the descriptions given or otherwise.
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Old 14-03-11, 03:48
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562221 is found in the half ton dodge parts list, 666352 is not listed in either the 1/2 or 3/4 ton WC Dodge parts lists. It may belong to the large engine.

My 2 cents worth.
It would seem the parts I have are all for the half ton Dodge. I also have a number of CV joints NOS for these vehicles in case anyone is interested.
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